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“View From The Hill” Session at F2C: Freedom to Connect Conference To Include Key Capitol Hill Staff Members Who Shape Telecom Policy

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We are continuing to work in promoting the upcoming F2C: Freedom to Connect conference for our client, pulvermedia, that will include Congressional staff members who write the language of the communications laws that will affect the future of the open Internet for decades to come. 

These staffers will join telecom policymakers such as former FCC Chairmen Reed Hundt and Michael K. Powell and business leaders such as James Q. Crowe, CEO, Level3 Communications and Chris Sacca, Business Development Principal, Google — on the already stellar line-up at F2C: Freedom to Connect, to be held in Washington, DC next week, April 3 & 4, 2006.

The “View from the Hill” panel will include a cross-section of the leading players shaping the language that will affect the future of the open Internet and communications for decades to come.  The four Hill advocates are all thought-leaders in the Congressional debate on the proper policy framework to govern the Internet and communications. Each Hill participate is a champion of innovation and competition, but look at the issues in subtly distinct ways.  This Panel will demonstrate just how nuanced the Net Neutrality debate really is and what it might take to build consensus and create a virtuous cycle to promote the broadest public good.

The Congressional staff members represent both Democrats and Republicans.  They have been working the critical telecommunications issues for years, developing deep expertise.  Their "View from the  Hill" session at F2C: Freedom to Connect promises a rare insider’s perspective on how the laws governing telecommunications are shaped, negotiated and moved through Congress.  It will present a timely view of the consensus building process as several telecom bills move towards Congressional action.

This Panel will demonstrate just how nuanced the Net Neutrality debate really is and what it might take to build consensus and create a virtuous cycle to promote the broadest public good.

To register, or learn more, visit:  www.pulvermedia.com/f2c/

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